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    Forwarded by: fwestra@hetnet.nl (Frits Westra) Originally from: Edoardo Russo Original Subject: Italian UFO Newsflash No. 392 Original
    Message 1 of 1 , May 3, 2003
      Forwarded by: fwestra@... (Frits Westra)
      Originally from: Edoardo Russo <e.russo@...>
      Original Subject: Italian UFO Newsflash No. 392
      Original Date: Fri, 02 May 2003 13:57:21 +0000

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      ISSUE NO. 392 - 24 APRIL 2003

      by the Italian Center for UFO Studies
      (Centro Italiano Studi Ufologici, CISU)


      - Hessdalen: a Critical Article
      - Corso's Diary Published In Italy
      - Mount Musine' & UFOs on TV at "Stargate"


      The Italian Committee for Project Hessdalen (CIPH) has announced the
      publication on its Website of a new article about the mission conducted
      last summer in Norway, related to the studies on recurring light phenomena
      which, for twenty years, have been the focus of systematic and
      instruments-based observations.

      The text, written by physicist and ufologist Matteo Leone (Ph.D.),
      concentrates on an optical survey carried out by some Italian physicists
      during the EMBLA expedition which, based on a previous analysis of the
      photometric and spectroscopic data by Massimo Teodorani, was related to an
      unknown atmospheric light phenomenon "capable of producing a light-power up
      to 100 Kw."

      Leone's article examines the same data, but it arrives at a differing
      conclusion and suggests a conventional explanation for the phenomena
      observed and photographed, while confirming that other witness data
      gathered in the region are indicative of unidentifiable phenomena.

      [Collaboration by Renzo Cabassi and Matteo Leone; UFO-Italia, 23 April;


      The Pendragon publishing house in Bologna is sending to bookstores the
      much-ballyhooed diary of Philip Corso, published for the first time
      worldwide and edited by Maurizio Baiata. The late, former U.S. Army
      official recounted his version of the facts concerning reverse-engineering
      and technologies derived from the analysis of an alien flying saucer
      allegedly crashed in Roswell in 1947.

      Its title is "L'alba di una nuova era: I segreti alieni nascosti dal
      Pentagono" ("Dawn of a New Age: Alien Secrets Concealed by the Pentagon"),
      totals 192 pages and sells for 14 Euro.

      Beginning next week, the volume is due to be on sale also on the e-commerce
      Website Upiar Store (www.upiar.com), featuring the usual discounts for
      members of CISU as well as of other affiliated associations.

      [Collaboration by Roberto Labanti]


      Making a return on "La7" TV but no longer featuring host Roberto Giacobbo
      (who has moved over to RAI-TV), is the program "Stargate: linea di confine"
      ("Stargate: on the Edge"), devoted to various types of mysteries.

      Unless otherwise announced, it is scheduled to touch upon UFOs and
      recurring light apparitions in the installment of Sunday, 27 April, taking
      its cue from a Mexican documentary but with a segment devoted also to
      Monte Musine' which, at the beginning of Susa valley (nera Turin), has for
      decades been at the center of a highly-developed ufological, archaeological
      and esoteric mythology.

      [Collaboration by Angelo Galbiati and Luigi Sorgno]

      Collaborators on this edition were:
      Renzo Cabassi, Angelo Galbiati, Roberto Labanti,
      Matteo Leone and Luigi Sorgno.

      - - -

      This is the English translation of UFOTEL, a free
      phone/Internet information service on UFOs edited
      weekly by Edoardo Russo for the Italian Center for
      UFO Studies (Centro Italiano Studi Ufologici),
      available in Italian by calling +39-011-545294,
      or by e-mail subscription, or on CISU website
      at http://www.arpnet.it/ufo/ultime.htm

      UFOTEL is a supplement to "UFO - Rivista di
      informazione ufologica", published by the Italian
      Center for UFO Studies, registered at Tribunale
      di Torino, No. 3670, on 19 June 1986.
      Director: Giovanni Settimo.
      Publisher: Cooperativa UPIAR, Corso Vittorio
      Emanuele 108, 10121 Turin, Italy

      Translated from Italian to English by:
      Gary J. Presto,
      Freelance Italian>English Translator & Proofreader
      44 Bickford Ave., Apt. 2
      Revere, MA 02151

      Tel.: ++1.781.485.1683
      FAX: ++1.781.485.1684
      E-mail: gpresto@...
      Webpage: http://www.proz.com/translator/723

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      (c) 2003 by: CISU,
      Corso Vittorio Emanuele 108, 10121 Torino, Italia

      This newsletter (as a whole or in part) may be freely
      copied, photocopied, reproduced, stored, distributed
      and retrieved, at the only condition that Centro Italiano
      Studi Ufologici is reported as the source.

      You may get it directly via e-mail by subscribing
      (just send a blank message to:

      The CISU is a no-profit association whose aims are:
      - to promote the scientific study of UFO phenomena in Italy;
      - to help circulate information about UFO phenomena and studies;
      - to coordinate national activities of data collecting and studying.

      You may reach Centro Italiano Studi Ufologici:
      - by mail: CISU, Corso Vittorio Emanuele 108, 10121 Torino, Italia
      - by phone: +39 (011) 30.78.63 (24 hours UFO Hotline)
      - by fax: +39 (011) 54.50.33
      - by Internet e-mail: cisu@...
      - at the World Wide Web URL: http://www.cisu.org

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